The California motor vehicle department told Quartz that the license had been awarded to Samsung Semiconductor, the company’s computer-chip division, and covers three vehicles—a 2010 Toyota Prius and two Audi A3 e-tron cars—along with seven drivers. (Samsung has also been approved to test self-driving Hyundai cars in Korea for the last few months.) Samsung joins other technology and automotive giants, as well as a few startups, testing on the roads of California, including Alphabet’s Waymo, Tesla, Ford, GM, Apple, and BMW.

Including Samsung, nine additional companies have been granted a license since we last checked in when Apple’s license was awarded in April. Here’s the full list of companies that can currently test self-driving cars in California:

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